Pilot study on physiological response of robotic rehabilitation therapy for improving the performance of ADLs of stroke patients.
The purpose of this study is to develop a device to help people after they have had a stroke. This study looks at how the wrist moves when a person does everyday activities.
In this study, you will come to our lab and wear sensors that detect how your body moves when you do regular activities, like turning a door knob or pouring from a cup. Study takes place at UB's North Campus.
This pilot study with health participants will provide the efficacy of the robotic rehabilitation for practicing activities of daily living. The study will compare the range of motion of robotic therapy and the activities of daily living such as turning a door knob, pouring from a cup, etc.
-Adults ages 18-65.
-Healthy and fit to perform active daily living tasks.
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